The Woman in the WindowBook - 2018
From Library Staff
A psychological thriller that feels reminiscent of classic domestic film noir. It's perfect for fans of Alfred Hitchcock. It's suspenseful and well-written, with a twist I did not see coming--and I almost always see it coming! The main character is flawed and relatable, and the plot is believable... Read More »
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I must have said this out loud. 'What doesn't matter?' he asks. You, I think. I don't say it. Instead I hang up.
'Help,' I shout, only it’s a whisper, creeping through my throat on tiptoe, smearing itself across my tongue. 'He-elp,' I try again; this time my teeth bite into it, sparks raining from my mouth as though I’ve chewed a live wire, and my voice catches like a fuse, explodes. I scream.
"As Bernard Shaw said, I often quote myself; it adds spice to the conversation. As Shaw also said, alcohol is the anesthesia by which we endure the operation of life. Good old Shaw."
"Watching is like nature photography: You don't interfere with the wildlife.” - p. 4
“I have a feeling that inside you somewhere, there’s something nobody knows about.” —Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
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